Fending off automated mass electronic mail: How to distinguish yourself from a computer
AbstractIs there a way for e-mail addresses to be openly available, if their owners so desire, on the Net, yet preventing the current practice of harvesting email-addresses by the thousands for unsolicited email advertisements? I propose a solution, and examine the phenomenology of mass e-mail in a somewhat broader context.
How to Cite
Beke, T. (1998). Fending off automated mass electronic mail: How to distinguish yourself from a computer. First Monday, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v3i2.576
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